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Old 06-09-2016, 09:12 AM   #61
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Update...I Went with the Weber Q2200. I plumbed it into the RV propane supply and so far I love it. I've only used it once as I just finished the install yesterday but it gets up to temp quickly, and and is large enough to suit our needs. Its actually a lil bigger than I anticipated. For the ones that complained about temp, this little booger will peg the 600f temp gauge in about 10 minutes, give or take a few.
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Old 06-09-2016, 09:16 AM   #62
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Update...I Went with the Weber Q2200. I plumbed it into the RV propane supply and so far I love it. I've only used it once as I just finished the install yesterday but it gets up to temp quickly, and and is large enough to suit our needs. Its actually a lil bigger than I anticipated. For the ones that complained about temp, this little booger will peg the 600f temp gauge in about 10 minutes, give or take a few.

To plumb it into the rv supply, do you just take the regulator off and add the proper fittings?
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...yeah, more or less.
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Old 06-09-2016, 12:20 PM   #64
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I purchased the Coleman road trip grill and converted it to run off my LP quick connect under my trailer. It gives me a 285 sq. inch cooking area. And to purchase a 10 foot LP hose and some brass fittings from lowes when I eliminated the regulator (which needs to be done) it fold down to store under my front bin. It gives me a lot of varsities I couldn’t find with other propane grills for RVs
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Old 06-09-2016, 12:25 PM   #65
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I purchased the Coleman road trip grill and converted it to run off my LP quick connect under my trailer. It gives me a 285 sq. inch cooking area. And to purchase a 10 foot LP hose and some brass fittings from lowes when I eliminated the regulator (which needs to be done) it fold down to store under my front bin. It gives me a lot of varsities I couldn’t find with other propane grills for RVs
I looked hard at that grill as well. I was pretty much on the fence with it and the Weber. I'm really happy with the Weber as of now.
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